AFF Instructor Rating Course
June 4 - June 11
The USPA AFF rating course may take up to 8 days. The pre-requisites for the course are 18 years of age, current USPA membership, USPA “C” License, Logged 6 hours of freefall, hold a current USPA Instructional or Coach Rating for one year or have 500 jumps, Complete the USPA AFF test (both parts) prior to arriving at the course and Complete the AFF Course proficiency card prior to portion and signed off on line. There are five evaluations, 3 air and 2 ground. A course evaluator serving as a student in the air and another candidate serving as a student on the ground. You must demonstrate that you can teach the proper skydiving skills needed for the “student” to perform the jump; you will then take the “student” up for the jump; finally, you will de-brief the student on his performance and offer corrective instruction as needed for the “student”. This course requires you to have instructor level teaching (Whole-Part-Whole) and in air skills. The AFF course requires two days of classroom learning theory and technical information. This course we do is about ½ day for teaching skills and theory and ½ day of practice jumps and ground practice. For more information, contact Bob Mehl at firstname.lastname@example.org .